Sans Souci’s Zore Mirrors Optical Crystal Patterns | Material Update

Sans Souci, India, Zore, Glass, Designer Katarina Lukackova, crystal

Sans Souci has launched in India a new statement light called Zore that cuts a stunning sculptural look. Zore has been conceived through long and intense observation of the process of the breathtaking natural colouring of the sunset sky, unfolding over time and altering every day. Designer Katarina Lukackova was absorbed and intrigued by the magical event and decided to pay tribute to these astounding moments with Zore.

The pure wonder and amazement experienced when witnessing the routine event are mirrored in this dynamic lighting sculpture consisting of hand-blown glass drops with optical patterns and a metal coating. The metallic components are enlivened when enlightened, thereby amplifying air bubbles embedded in the crystal.

Zore is available in two variations of compositions and colour. One features a metal finish in Golden colour and an LED light source, while the other has a metal finish in polished stainless steel and 115 × GU10 light source.

Image courtesy: Sans Souci

×
×

Post Your Comment


"Content that powers your Business. News that keeps you informed."

Surfaces Reporter is one of India's leading media in Print & Digital Telecast for News on Interiors & Architecture Projects, Products, Building Materials, and the Business of Design! Since 2011, it serves as a referral for designers & architects to know about inspiring projects and source new products. If you have a Product or Project worth publishing in Surfaces Reporter, please email us hello@surfacesreporter.com or you can also submit your project online.

Like Surfaces Reporter on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter and Instagram | Subscribe to our magazine | Sign Up for the FREE Surfaces Reporter Magazine Newsletter

Top 10 Staircase Designs for Indian Homes

A staircase is a vital component in multi-level buildings, offering functionality and architectural charm. In Indian homes, diverse staircase types are preferred for their practicality and aesthetic allure, ranging from traditional grand designs to contemporary space-saving solutions.

Read more

Indian scientists introduce a sand replacement material in construction

Indian Institute of Science researchers in Bengaluru have developed a new material to replace scarce natural sand in construction.

Read more

Deepika Padukones First Home Furnishings Collection with Pottery Barn, Infused with Indian Flair

Deepika Padukone, in her role as the brand ambassador for Pottery Barn, has launched her debut home furnishings collection following an extensive process spanning multiple years.

Read more

Indias first mass housing project built entirely by the 3D Modular Precast Concrete Construction System | Ranchi

Recently around 1008 housing units were developed using the 3D Precast Concrete Construction System in Ranchi. The project, undertaken by Magicrete is one of the first of its likes in the country, a report by SURFACES REPORTER.

Read more


This is alt